Radical Unschooling [to me] is valuing my children's wants and needs above societal restrictions. Allowing my children to feel whole as people, that they not need to scrabble to a level of attainment in certain areas of their lives in order to be praised, but to have them from an early age define their own goals and support them in their achievement of them. There is education greater than knowledge alone and I love to watch my children self-regualte their behaviours and discussions.
how long have you been unschooling or homeschooling?
A couple of years on and off
first names of children
a little about me
I love to inspire, be inspired, practice yoga, teach yoga to children, I create, write, make, sew, love art and life and all things beautiful. I have insistent itchy feet, so absolutely have to travel often. I make films, write books and connect with the earth and her people as much as I possibly can.